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Old 03-18-2009, 07:06 PM   #16
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When I inquired about the equipment MWELLS7 was working on it was to help him. I didn't ask you what equipment you work on I was asking the guy who started it MWELLS7. I could care less what you work on.
I didn't forget anything I work on everything mentioned and some, Ha Ha
I'm also a certified Heat Pump mechanic RSES.
And I've beenthere

You are being needlessly sarcastic. I'.ve got all the RSES certs too and am a Past President of my chapter, but I don't think any body here wants to hear me brag about it.

BeenThere can run circles around anyone I have seen him debate.
Even engineers find it hard to keep pace with with him.
I don't think you pose too much a challenge to him.

Now why not lose the chip on your shoulder and get to know the pros here. We are all the same generation and have more in common than not.

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Old 03-18-2009, 07:20 PM   #17
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When I inquired about the equipment MWELLS7 was working on it was to help him. I didn't ask you what equipment you work on I was asking the guy who started it MWELLS7. I could care less what you work on.
I didn't forget anything I work on everything mentioned and some, Ha Ha
I'm also a certified Heat Pump mechanic RSES.
And I've beenthere
Your either new to forums. Or you been having lots of arguments on all the ones you were a member of.

Guess next, your going to post all your NATE certificates too.
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Your either new to forums. Or you been having lots of arguments on all the ones you were a member of.

Guess next, your going to post all your NATE certificates too.
~GGGRRROOoooaann~ Please don't get that old crap started
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Old 03-18-2009, 07:46 PM   #19
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~GGGRRROOoooaann~ Please don't get that old crap started
LOL....

Ain't seen a unit yet that works because someone pulls out a cert card.
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LOL....

Ain't seen a unit yet that works because someone pulls out a cert card.

Pulled my Unlimited State Refer card on a malfunctioning unit to day. The refer unit was not impressed.
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Pulled my Unlimited State Refer card on a malfunctioning unit to day. The refer unit was not impressed.
ROFL


I once tried showing my EPA card to a leaking unit. It didn't stop leaking though. Worthless card.
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I once tried showing my EPA card to a leaking unit. It didn't stop leaking though. Worthless card.
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DAMN! is there no respect for us over credentialed types
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:21 PM   #23
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And my apprentices who make $10 an hour less than me go buy the most expensive Fluke meters figuring that will help them. My MA line stuff (survives -40) does the same job. Its not the tool but the user who makes the difference.
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And my apprentices who make $10 an hour less than me go buy the most expensive Fluke meters figuring that will help them. My MA line stuff (survives -40) does the same job. Its not the tool but the user who makes the difference.

LOL ,,,,That is so very true. But some guys think Fluke is the only meter in the world.

I'v seen many a flame war of Fluke vs UEI (the major alternative) on Hvac-Talk.
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:29 PM   #25
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In my climate I don't buy anything too fancy as it may get destroyed from the cold etc and I find MA Line to be incredibly durable. Now that we are all over the map (makin pizza), you were in the army right? I am wondering what those 6 small vertical type tubes in a bundle that stick out of a tank turret (flares)? are for?
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I have a lot of Fieldpiece, some Cooper, Bacharach, Testo, don't have any Fluke though.
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Old 03-19-2009, 12:23 AM   #27
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for a group thats so high and mighty...to bad you don't get paid for your expertise on this chat...seems your always on this chat day and night and never 'out in the so called field'
Ya got me . Yeah, I don't work. I'm just sittin' on all the millions I made
and don't have to move a muscle.

Or gee...maybe it could be the season hasn't quit broke yet? Or maybe I;m lucky enough that I got techs doing all the grunt work and I do the office work.

Or maybe my customer radius is so tight I can leave my place of business and make a quick two or three hundred bucks come back here and post, pop out and make another two or three hundred and come back again.

Take your pick.

I won't speak for Beenthere, but i think he probably has a very exclusive clientele that pays him very well for his services.

No body wants a hassle but you belligerence is gonna spark some bon-fires if you don't tone it down.
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Can't we just all get along ???
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Can't we just all get along ???
Dude, we're trying, but you see how the guy is responding!
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Old 03-19-2009, 09:07 AM   #30
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If a DIYer, ask what tools he'll need for something.

Thats one thing, after all, its a DIY site.

But, when someone post asking what tools they'll need to do PM's this summer.
He's not a DIYer anymore.
He's looking to make money by working on other people's equipment.
And, he should already know what tools he'll need.
Because he should already have done hundreds of PM's on A/C equipment.

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